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11-24-2011 @ 2:54PM
My first memory of wow was watching my friend study for his calc test and raid MC. I didn't know at the time what he was playing, where he was, or much of anything: just that he was wearing a pink robe, and castig spells.Fast forward 8 months, I was looking for a time sink to help keep me awake during the over night shifts. My aforementioned friend gave me a trial disc and told me if I liked it, he would show me where I could get the actual game. I spent the next 12 hours rolling dwarfs and gnomes and constantly dyeing. The next morning, it was suggested that I try a hunter. I got to level 60 a week after TBC launched and promptly quit. I couldn't stand the huntard jokes or being Alliance, or the fact that I ended up on an RP realm.Another friend suggested playing Horde. Fast forward almost a year, I have leveled a priest, tried raiding, and was competing for a merciless title.The thing that made me feel like this was RIGHT! was when I rolled my warrior. I was tired of wearing cloth and trying to lead from the back of the group as the healer. Today I still play that warrior, and have as my main almost nonstop since mid Season 3. I have gone toe to toe with some of the biggest bads the game has known and come out on top, and my warrior is part of the reason I met my wife.
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